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The following instructions are for installing NuoDB on Linux using the Debian Package Utility (
dpkg). To install NuoDB in a non-default location on Linux, follow the instructions in Using a Linux tar File to Install NuoDB.
To install the Community Edition:
If you have a NuoDB release prior to 2.3.1 and you are installing the Community Edition, you must remove the previously installed release of NuoDB. The uninstallation process will not remove any archives, log files, or modifications in
/opt/nuodb/etc/default.properties. See Uninstalling NuoDB for more information.
Run the Debian package utility and specify the NuoDB
.deb file. Replace
n.n.n.n with the NuoDB version number in the .
sudo dpkg -i nuodb-ce_
To install the Enterprise Edition:
Run the Debian package utility and specify the NuoDB .
deb file. It is not necessary to uninstall a previous NuoDB installation. You can install a Debian package over a previously installed Debian package. Replace
n.n.n.n with the NuoDB version number in the
sudo dpkg -i nuodb_
During installation, you might get a warning such as one of the following:
Unable to use the previous group id used by nuodb
Unable to use the previous user id used by nuodb
See Resolving Warnings About Previously Used NuoDB IDs to obtain further instructions.
After installation, add the NuoDB
bin directory to your
PATH environment variable. For example, if you installed in the default location, add